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    Discuss: Will India win the One day series against England?

    This thread is to discuss the opinion poll topic 'Will India win the One day series against England?'.
  • #4930
    Hi Lijo, it's not as simple to predict as it seems. However, I feel and wish our Team India can outplay the Englishmen. We lack the service of the Master Blaster, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan, Yuvraj Singh and Ishant Sharma what will be a deep problem for us. But the absence of Stuart Broad and James Anderson and Andrew Strauss in the England team may do good for us. The home conditions and the English batsmen's difficulty to handle the spinners are a great advantage for India. There is also a happy that Sachin might return to the field in the 4th ODI at Mumbai what would rise the confidence level of the Men in Blue. Yet, I see a fifty-fifty chance. Nikhil.

  • #4934
    After the completion of 2 matches out of the 5 match series, it is very clear that Indian team has come back with fully energized. Even with the absence of Sachin, Sehwag and Zaheer in the squad, the young Indian team is showing outstanding performance in both batting and bowling. Team India won the 1st match by a margin of 126 runs and second match by 8 wickets. EVenthough we lost all one day matches in England, the margin was almost negligible. But here Indians are showing the real power of Men on Blue.

    Ibrahim N

  • #4936
    This time our team will win. In England our team gave chance to the native team. This time the England will give chance to the India's native team. Ever since the Lalith Mody started the cricket game as a film cricket game with glamor the game is lost and only the money is brought forward. The games are mostly understandings. Everything in the world now revolves around money and money alone. Other aspects are secondary.
    With Regards
    Ramanathan A R

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